From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-07 05:04:58
> >There's also gazillion warnings with msvc. We indeed should do something
> >it, but I'm not sure if making <warnings>on default, or making
> >translate to less agreesive switches on CW and MSVC is the best solution.
> >least on gcc, all warnings from -Wall are reasonable.
> I wasn't concerned with whether the -Wall warnings make sense or not (for
> the most part they do), but with the fact that currently there seems to be
> no way of disabling specific GCC warnings, because when composing the
> command line for the compiler, BBv2 passes the -Wall parameter *after* any
> -Wno-whatever parameters passed through <cxxflags>.
Yes, I realize there are two independent issues discussed in this thread.
I've just modified gcc.jam so that <cxxflags> values are added to the command
line after -Wall, so this should fix your problem. Can you update from CVS
and try again?
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